Play Me! An Introduction to Musical Instruments | ages 6-10
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 – Friday, February 24, 2017 | Meets 9:00am-3:00pm
*Note that class does NOT meet on President’s Day (Monday, February 20th)
Faculty: Lily Tseng | Tuition: $375 | Register now!
Children ages 6-10 will have the opportunity to learn about and play instruments from multiple families, including keyboard, strings, woodwinds, and percussion. Movement activities, art projects, outdoor play, and singing games will be incorporated into the daily schedule
Typical daily schedule may look like:
9:00-9:15am: Morning check-in, group song & movement
9:15-10:00am: Cello group class
10:15-11:00am: Recorder Group Class
11:00-12:00pm: World Music
12:00-12:45pm: Lunch and Free-play outside (weather permitting)
12:45-1:15pm: Story Time, music themed
1:15-2:00pm: Group Piano Class
2:00-2:45pm: Arts, Crafts, Building time
2:45-3:00pm: End-of-Day check-in and group song
About the Instructor: Lily Tseng
Li-Han “Lily” Tseng received her Doctor of Music Arts in vocal performance from The University of Alabama and Master of Music degrees in voice performance from Longy School of Music of Bard College and Taipei National University of the Arts.
Dr. Tseng is an active performer in chamber music, choir, recital and opera. She was an assistant accompanist for the Adult Chancel Choir and the principal accompanist for the Children’s Worship Arts Choir at First United Methodist Church at Tuscaloosa, AL. With years of performing experience, Tseng’s wide-ranging interests and expertise include working with professional musicians, adult avocational singers at all levels, and young singers. Tseng’s performance experiences included with the University of Alabama Opera Theatre, University Singers, the Contemporary Ensemble, and Ethos, a newly-formed professional choral ensemble in residence at First Methodist Church of Tuscaloosa. Recently, she has performed the role of Patience in Patience with University of Alabama Opera Theatre (UAOT), The Foreign Woman in The Council (UAOT), The Witch in Hansel and Gretel (UAOT), and Mrs. Discobbolos in Mr & Mrs. Discobbolos with the UA Contemporary Ensemble.
Dr. Tseng has experience teaching private voice and piano students in addition to teaching musicianship lab and accompanying undergraduate and graduate students studying voice. Tseng’s teaching is based on a comprehensive approach to the training of students and incorporates strong technical skill-building for all kind of music genres.